Success Stories

New York City. Make it Here.

The City is working hard to create new business opportunities throughout the five boroughs.

Companies across many industries have found success in relocating or expanding their operations in New York City. See how businesses large and small can make it here.

  • Noguchi Museum Success Story

    Noguchi Museum sought NYCIDA assistance for the costs associated with the renovation of its 15,000-square-foot museum structure in Long Island City, Queens.

  • Bowne and Company

    NYCEDC supported Bowne & Co.’s move into a new 200,000 square foot Downtown Manhattan office space at 55 Water Street.

  • Anheuser Busch

    NYCEDC selected Anheuser-Busch to develop a facility in Hunts Point which created jobs and contributed to the creation of public open space and environmental impact reduction.

  • Phoenix Beverage

    Learn how an agreement was reached to bring Phoenix Beverage to the revitalized Pier 11 in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

  • Remains Lighting

    With the support from NYCIDA’s Industrial Incentives Program, Remains Lighting, a maker of high-end chandeliers and other lighting devices, was able to purchase and renovate a manufacturing facility in Bushwick, Brooklyn in accordance with its long-standing commitment to energy efficiency and environmental preservation.

  • American Security Systems

    American Security Systems received assistance through NYCIDA's Industrial Incentives Program, which has allowed the company to increase its roster of employees from 40 to 60 over the past four years, all while remaining in New York City.

  • Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of New York

    Pepsi sought to solidify its position in New York City by undertaking two signature projects: the construction of a 214,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art distribution facility and the acquisition and renovation of a leased facility in Maspeth, Queens.

  • Prestone Press, LLC and Prestone Printing Company Inc.

    With the help of New York City Industrial Development Agency, Prestone Printing relocated to Long Island City into a building that met their cost and space needs.

  • The Madelaine Chocolate Company

    After Madelaine Chocolate Novelties in the Rockaways was devastated by Hurricane Sandy, NYCIDA and the Department of Small Business Services were able to step in to help the company to avoid a crippling impact to its financial health and its ability to rehire and retain its 450 employees.

  • Panorama Windows

    With the help of NYCIDA, Panorama was able to purchase and renovate an abandoned, rundown street sweeping garage in order to expand and improve their business.


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